Readers first met the irrepressible Waverly Bryson in Perfect on Paper, and now the woman dubbed by fans as “the American Bridget Jones” is back in a sequel packed with friendship, heartache, and romance. In It’s a Waverly Life, the formerly heartbroken singleton is now happily enmeshed in a new relationship, a new job, and a new decade. Her career as an advice columnist is taking off, and the future of her fledgling greeting-card line is bright. Of course, where Waverly goes, drama is sure to follow, and this time is no exception. Her broken engagement to former fiancé Aaron Vaughn has left her gun-shy when it comes to love, putting strain on her long-distance relationship with handsome Jake McIntyre. And when her best friends McKenna and Andie both make life-changing announcements, Waverly fears she is being left behind by the ones she loves most. In true Waverly fashion, things must get comically worse before they can get better. But in the end, she discovers that though life (before and after thirty) may be messy and unpredictable, friendship and love make it all worthwhile.
This book picks up right where Perfect on Paper left off. Her column is doing well and her Honey notes have got off to a great start, but essentially she is still the same Waverly Waverly is having a hard time adjusting to the recent changes in her life. Her best friend is pregnant and she has a sort of boyfriend. With her difficult relationship with her Dad and Aaron breaking her heart Waverly has a hard time letting people in. This leads to her nearly blowing everything. This book will have you laughing all the way through. Waverly and her antics are hilarious.